Assemble Papers Issue 9, ‘Radical Family’, is now available all across Melbourne! (Keep your eyes peeled as we continue to add more locations in Melbourne, Sydney and other select locations across Australia.)
Reporting from a year of action and change, ‘Radical Family’ explores a generous, expanded notion of family, looking at how we actually live in order to propose better housing, architecture and cities. AP#9: Radical Family includes words, ideas and provocations from Naomi Stead, Timothy Moore, Bree Trevena, Paola Balla, Bhenji Ra, and many others.
Get down to one of our many stockists to grab your free copy of Issue 9. If you’re unable to reach any of our listed locations but would still love to read the latest print edition, please send a prepaid/stamped self-addressed envelope to: c/o Assemble Papers, 150 Langridge Street, Collingwood, Victoria, Australia 3066. We’ll direct a copy straight into your letterbox.
Once an industrial hub, Germany's Ruhr region has been forced to change with the global economy. The direction of those changes have been shaped significantly by the public and innovative art organisations like the Urbane Künste Ruhr, writes Manuel Zabel
Parklets are democratic - made for the public, they cannot be controlled by private interests. In the latest instalment in our series of articles from our West Coast partners, 'Future West', researcher Amelia Thorpe looks at why parklets are so popular
This year, Assemble Papers has partnered up with Liquid Architecture for our EARS series: throughout 2018, we will be in dialogue on sound and space with Danni Zuvela and Joel Stern, the co-artistic directors of LA. Our first mix of the year is an invitation into thinking about polyphony as a form of sociality